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    The world was shocked when the first songs about sex came about. The ones I remember are:

    1) Let's talk about sex - Salt 'n Pepper

    2) I wanna sex you up - Colour Me Bad

    3) Sweat - Inner Circle

    We had to secretly listen to it because it was controversial!

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    Indecent Obsession - can't remember the song names. I think can't quite remember it was so long ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by mercurial View Post
    The world was shocked when the first songs about sex came about. The ones I remember are:

    1) Let's talk about sex - Salt 'n Pepper

    2) I wanna sex you up - Colour Me Bad

    3) Sweat - Inner Circle

    We had to secretly listen to it because it was controversial!
    You think those were the first?

    James Brown- sex machine beat them by 20-odd years.
    Just about anything by Barry White
    Beach Boys - wouldn't it be nice (1966)
    Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg - "Je T'Aime...Moi Non Plus" (1969)

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    The explicit sexual content of this song resulted in it being banned in a number of countries. Reportedly there was heavy sexual touching in the studio while the song was being recorded, and Jane Birkin was asked to calm down in the studio as she was getting carried away. The song is intended as a conversation between lovers while having sex. It reached #1 on the UK pop singles chart and #69 in the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinbad View Post
    You think those were the first?

    James Brown- sex machine beat them by 20-odd years.
    Just about anything by Barry White
    Beach Boys - wouldn't it be nice (1966)
    Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg - "Je T'Aime...Moi Non Plus" (1969)

    Courtesy Fontana
    The explicit sexual content of this song resulted in it being banned in a number of countries. Reportedly there was heavy sexual touching in the studio while the song was being recorded, and Jane Birkin was asked to calm down in the studio as she was getting carried away. The song is intended as a conversation between lovers while having sex. It reached #1 on the UK pop singles chart and #69 in the US.
    I think he meant the first songs he realised had sexual connotations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinbad View Post
    You think those were the first?

    James Brown- sex machine beat them by 20-odd years.
    Just about anything by Barry White
    Beach Boys - wouldn't it be nice (1966)
    Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg - "Je T'Aime...Moi Non Plus" (1969)

    Courtesy Fontana
    The explicit sexual content of this song resulted in it being banned in a number of countries. Reportedly there was heavy sexual touching in the studio while the song was being recorded, and Jane Birkin was asked to calm down in the studio as she was getting carried away. The song is intended as a conversation between lovers while having sex. It reached #1 on the UK pop singles chart and #69 in the US.
    When I was growing up, the ones I listed were the noted sexual ones. Everything else must have happened way too long ago. Not relevant to us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudzy View Post
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    Dafuq?

    Music has always been about sex. I thought that's pretty much the reason it exists in the first place.
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    Spinal tap sang it best!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ99 View Post
    Dafuq?

    Music has always been about sex. I thought that's pretty much the reason it exists in the first place.
    In what sick, perverted reality do you exist in? Songs are about anything and everything.

    OT: I would appreciate it if you could start contributing to threads and stop trolling mine.

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    One has to wonder, is music using less connotations or are we just wiser?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mercurial View Post
    In what sick, perverted reality do you exist in? Songs are about anything and everything.

    OT: I would appreciate it if you could start contributing to threads and stop trolling mine.
    I'm dead serious. On a deeper level than song lyrics of course. Just read an article about it yesterday on some other forum in fact. Seems there's a bit of a controversy going on:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prehistoric_music

    Charles Darwin's idea about the importance of music for human sexual selection found a new development in Miller's idea of the role of musical display for "demonstrating fitness to mate".[6] Based on the ideas of honest signal and the handicap principle, Miller suggested that music and dancing, as energetically costly activities, were to demonstrate the physical and psychological fitness of the singing and dancing individual to the prospective mates. Critics of this approach note, that in most species where singing is used for the purposes of sexual selection (through the female choice), only males sing (as it is male, who is mostly trying to impress females with different audio and visual displays), and besides, males as a rule sing alone. Among humans both males and females are ardent singers, and making music is mostly a communal activity.
    I read one that agrees with Darwin. Will post the link if I find it.

    Also I think you need to look up the meaning of "trolling". I don't think it means quite what you think it means.

    Edit: Link: http://m.theatlantic.com/entertainme...urce=pulsenews
    Last edited by TJ99; 20-04-2012 at 11:04 PM.
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